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In many works of literature a female character has a significant influence positive or negative Two characters that have an influence are Mary Call from the novel Where the Lilies Bloom by Vera and Bill Cleaver and Calpurnia from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee In the novel Where the Lilies Bloom Mary Call has a significant positive effect on her brothers and sisters Mary Call is the head of the family since her father died and she has to raise her brothers and sisters She has to keep a promise to her father not to recieve help from others and raise her siblings on her own This has a positive influence her siblings because they turn out okay in the end and everything seems to go right with them Mary Call does keep her promise and she has a good effect on her little brother and sister In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird Calpurnia has a significant influence on a young boy named Jem Finch Her influence is a positive one Calpurnia is a sort of nanny for a man named Atticus Finch She takes care of his house and his children Jem and Scout Calpurnia had a positive influence of Jem is because at the begining Jem was a sort of immature innocent young boy and as the story goes on he becomes a more non-innocent mature boy Some of the things that Calpurnia does are things like make him dress good and use good manners all the things that a mother would do to their kids Female characters have and effect on other characters that can be both positive and negative In the two cases listed above To Kill a Mockingbird and Where the Lilies Bloom are both good effects It just goes to show that female characters have both positive and negative effects on people
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